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COMPARATIVE LITERATURE STUDIES

Volume 23

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Vol. 23, No. 1, 1986

Articles
Alice Doane's Appeal: A Literary Double of Hoffmann's Die Elixiere des Teufels
Allienne R. Baker

Cervantes, Unamuno, and Graham Greene's MonsignorQuixote
Patrick Henry

The Town that Was an Open Wound
Mary E. Davis

The Orient as Woman in Flaubert's Salammbô and Voyage en Orient
Lisa Lowe

From St. Petersburg to Chicago: Wright's Crime and Punishment
Tony Magistrale

Review Essay
A Review of Michael Palencia-Roth, Ed., Perspectives on Faust
Eva Feiler

Book Reviews

James M. McGlathery, The Plays and Stories of Heinrich von Kleist
(Werner Hoffmeister)

Thomas Amherst Perry, A Bibliography of American Literature Translated into Romanian with Selected Romanian Commentary
(Adrian Marino)

Jean Weisgerber, ed., Les Avant-gardes littéraires au XXe siècle.
(Bruce Morrissette)

David Konstan & Charlotte El-Shabrawy, eds., Proceedings of the International Conference in Comparative Drama
(Mona Fayad)

Sanehide Kodama, American Poetry and Japanese Culture
(Morgan Gibson)
 

Vol. 23, No. 2, 1986

Articles
Picaresque Retreat: From Xenophon's Anabasis to Defoe's Singleton
Virgil Nemoianu

Ronsard 's Metamorphoses: Petrarchan Play in the Amours of 1552
Sara Sturm-Maddox

The Apocalyptic Vision of La Vida es Sueño: Calderon and Edward FitzGerald
Frederick A. de Armas

Mozart: A Case Study in Logocentric Repression
Katherine Arens

The Goethean Fragment "Die Natur" in English Translation
Henry F. Fullenwider

Book Reviews
Horst Frenz and Susan Tuck, Eugene O'Neill's Critics: Voices from Abroad
(Shafik Fayad)
 

Vol. 23, No. 3, 1986

Articles
"Pig-in-a-Poke": The Topos of Open-Eyed Spouse Selection
Katharina M. Wilson

Amateur Theatricals and Professional Playwriting: The Relationship between Peter Squentz and A Midsummer Night's Dream
Nancy Carolyn Michael

The Metamorphosis of the French Aphorism: La Rochefoucauld and Nietzsche
Marion Faber

Conceptual Architecture in Nineteenth-Century Writing
Claus Uhlig

The Poetry of Kay Sage and French Surrealism
Judith D. Suther

The Guests of Frank O'Connor and Albert Camus
Michael L. Storey

 

Vol. 23, No. 4, 1986

Articles
Clinamen Redux
Warren F. Motte, Jr.

Xarms and Hamsun: Staruxa Solves a Mystery?
Susan D. Scotto

Suggestiveness-Poe's Writings from the Perspective of Indian Rasa Theory
Jaishree Odin

A German Source for Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven"
Arnd Bohm

Pirandellian and Brechtian Aspects of the Fiction of John Fowles
Silvio Gaggi